A Abba Father
by john gerard salmon
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
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I am so sorry for sinning against you,Father, please forgive me,Can you here my love shout out and call your name,ABBA FATHER, ABBA FATHER,I am so sorry for sinning against you,Now i realise, how much i have offended you,When your tears have pierced my prides side,I cry out to you ABBA FATHER,ABBA FATHER, ABBA FATHER,Forgive me my sin,ABBA FATHER, ABBA FATHER,I ask you this,In the name of Jesus,And i come to you,In the name of Jesus.
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|Reviewed by Clarence Prince
|This sounds like a reasonable cry of faith, John! Be hopeful that the Lord will give ears unto your prayer. Blessings!!!|
|Reviewed by Emile Tubiana
|Dear John Gerard, Abba, Father, Vater, Papa, Pater, Pere, anyway, all Fathers are sacred according to the bible, therefore what you wrote is a prayer that the Father will accept and forgive. As a father and grandfather, I say: you are forgiven. Move on with your life, everything will be fine. Love Emile|
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|I saw "Lawrence of Arabia" I could swear that the character played by Anthony Queen would have look at the skies and prayed Abba Father! after finding no gold but a lot of money paper that he not understood.
Perhaps if he had found a Golden Calf he would have thanked Abba Father.
Nice writing, keep on doing it!
|Reviewed by Sandra Hartsell
I liked Abba Father. All of us fall short in our daily walk with Christ. We all need forgiveness. Thanks for writing this.
|Reviewed by John Domino
|A Simple Poem but Supernaturally Good!
God Bless You!
|Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
|This is a beautiful prayer. It comes from your heart with such intensity, that it transfered onto me. I prayed this for me as I read this. Thank you!
God bless you. Kathy
|Reviewed by Connie Faust
|What an intense thought, "when Your tears have pierced my pride's side." Your depth of contrition comes through.
Thankfully, we do not need to beg for forgiveness. Jesus has provided it full and free for the seeking soul who accepts His gift.
Abba, Father, thank You, thank You!
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